Do you know the difference from an internet scam, identity theft or urban legend?
Are you at risk?
Would you know how to spot if you were being targeted by a scammer and what to do to protect yourself?
Local crime reporter Lori Fullbright will discuss the latest scams and frauds being targeted at senior citizens. In an entertaining, yet informative style, Lori will teach seniors how to recognize and protect themselves from this type of growing exploitation of senior citizens.
When: Thursday, January 29, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Where: Woodlake Assembly of God Church, 7100 East 31st Street, Tulsa
(East of Sheridan Road on 31st Street – enter northeast door located on the left side of main church sanctuary entrance.)
According to RSVP Volunteer Coordinator Karen Dills, “While we want to believe the best in people, there are some bad characters out there that prey on older people. We encourage all seniors, as well as their family and caregivers, to attend this important workshop so that they may be empowered to protect themselves, a friend or loved one.”
The seminar is FREE and open to all ages, but seating is limited. Call the RSVP office at 918-280-8656 to make reservations.